SEC to enhance investment adviser reporting for financial stability purposes

By Justin Pugsley
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Reporting requirements for registered investment advisers to private funds are to be enhanced to help keep track of developments that might threaten financial stability, the US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) said in a statement on January 26. 

The agency proposes amending ‘form PF’ to generate more data so the Financial ...

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